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Thomas J. Smith
b.ABT 1856 , , Texas
d.BEF 1870 , , Texas
m. 9 Jan 1840
  1. Reverend Green Lafayette Smith1841 - 1886
  2. James Dekalb Smith1842 - 1914
  3. Susan Melvina Smith1844 - 1929
  4. John P. SmithABT 1847 -
  5. Joseph Marion Smith1848 - 1915
  6. Henry Mattison Smith1854 - 1925
  7. Thomas J. SmithABT 1856 - BEF 1870
  8. Helen M. SmithABT 1857 - BEF 1870
  9. William Lee Smith1863 - 1886
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Name Thomas J. Smith
Gender Male
Birth[1][2][3] ABT 1856 , , Texas
Death[4][5] BEF 1870 , , Texas


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Thomas James Smith, known as Tom "Bear River" Smith (12 June 1830 - 2 November 1870), was a town marshal of Old West cattle town Abilene, Kansas, who was killed and decapitated in the line of duty. 1850 Rusk Texas census 1860 Rusk Texas census

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References
  1. Family records, page 211, 1870.

    1870 Coryell County, Texas Federal Census pp 211-212
    Family & Household: 31 31 Lines 37 - 40
    37 Smith, Henry M 51 M W Farmer 1000 1200 North Carolina
    38 Sarah S. 48 F W Keeping House Tennessee
    39 Joseph M 23 M W Farm Laborer Texas
    40 Henry 15 M W do [ditto] [ditto]
    pg 212 lines 1-6
    01 Smith, William 6 M W Texas
    02 Elison, Jessee 27 M W Stock Raiser 500 1000? [ditto]
    [Jesse Ellison, son of Jesse & Isabella Stuart Ellison]
    03 Susan 24 F W Keeping House [ditto]
    [Susan Melvina Smith Ellison, Daughter of Henry & Sarah Smith]
    04 Perlie 5 M W [ditto]
    05 Luette 3 F W [ditto]
    06 Loena 1 F W [ditto]

    Thomas would have been 14 but he may have died, because he is not listed in the 1870 Coryell County, Texas Federal Census pp 211-212 Family & Household: 31 31 Lines 37 - 40 & p. 212 lines 1-6- with Smith, Henry M --see text & images (2 citations this is #1)

  2. Family records, pp 212, 1870.

    1870 Coryell County, Texas Federal Census pp 211-212
    Family & Household: 31 31 Lines 37 - 40
    37 Smith, Henry M 51 M W Farmer 1000 1200 North Carolina
    38 Sarah S. 48 F W Keeping House Tennessee
    39 Joseph M 23 M W Farm Laborer Texas
    40 Henry 15 M W do [ditto] [ditto]
    pg 212 lines 1-6
    01 Smith, William 6 M W Texas
    02 Elison, Jessee 27 M W Stock Raiser 500 1000? [ditto]
    [Jesse Ellison, son of Jesse & Isabella Stuart Ellison]
    03 Susan 24 F W Keeping House [ditto]
    [Susan Melvina Smith Ellison, Daughter of Henry & Sarah Smith]
    04 Perlie 5 M W [ditto]
    05 Luette 3 F W [ditto]
    06 Loena 1 F W [ditto]

    Thomas would have been 14 but he may have died, because he is not listed in the 1870 Coryell County, Texas Federal Census pp 211-212 Family & Household: 31 31 Lines 37 - 40 & p. 212 lines 1-6- with Smith, Henry M --see text & images (#2 of 2 citations)

  3. Family records, pp 212, 14 Jun 1860.

    1860 Rusk, Texas, Federal Census
    Henderson Post Office, enumerated 14 Jun 1860

    Page 202B 139 - 145
    Henry M. Smith 42 M SC [Henry Madison 17 Nov 1817, son of James and Hannah Parker Smith]
    Sarah S. 38 F TN [Sarah Susannah Hall Smith, born 29 Jul 1821, daughter of John & Susanna Hall]
    Green S. Smith 18 M TX [Green Lafayette 5 Feb 1841]
    James D. Smith 17 M TX [James Dekalb 7 Aug 1842]
    Susan M. Smith 15 F TX [Susan Melvina 17 Dec 1844]
    John P. Smith 13 M TX [John P. born about 1847]
    Joseph M. Smith 12 M TX [Joseph Marion 17 Jan 1848]
    H. M. Smith 6 M TX [Henry Mattison 16 Mar 1854]
    Thomas I. Smith 4 M TX [Thomas J. born about 1856]
    Helen M. Smith 3 F TX [Helen M. born about 1857]

    1860 Rusk, Texas, Federal Census Henderson Post Office, enumerated 14 Jun 1860
    According to Reverend L. L. Stevens, the Smith family moved to Coryell County, Texas, shortly after this census.

  4. Family records, pp 211, 1870.

    1870 Coryell County, Texas Federal Census pp 211-212
    Family & Household: 31 31 Lines 37 - 40
    37 Smith, Henry M 51 M W Farmer 1000 1200 North Carolina
    38 Sarah S. 48 F W Keeping House Tennessee
    39 Joseph M 23 M W Farm Laborer Texas
    40 Henry 15 M W do [ditto] [ditto]
    pg 212 lines 1-6
    01 Smith, William 6 M W Texas
    02 Elison, Jessee 27 M W Stock Raiser 500 1000? [ditto]
    [Jesse Ellison, son of Jesse & Isabella Stuart Ellison]
    03 Susan 24 F W Keeping House [ditto]
    [Susan Melvina Smith Ellison, Daughter of Henry & Sarah Smith]
    04 Perlie 5 M W [ditto]
    05 Luette 3 F W [ditto]
    06 Loena 1 F W [ditto]

    Thomas would have been 14 but he may have died, because he is not listed in the 1870 Coryell County, Texas Federal Census pp 211-212 Family & Household: 31 31 Lines 37 - 40 & p. 212 lines 1-6- with Smith, Henry M --see text & images (2 citations)

  5. Family records, page 212, 1870.

    1870 Coryell County, Texas Federal Census pp 211-212
    Family & Household: 31 31 Lines 37 - 40
    37 Smith, Henry M 51 M W Farmer 1000 1200 North Carolina
    38 Sarah S. 48 F W Keeping House Tennessee
    39 Joseph M 23 M W Farm Laborer Texas
    40 Henry 15 M W do [ditto] [ditto]
    pg 212 lines 1-6
    01 Smith, William 6 M W Texas
    02 Elison, Jessee 27 M W Stock Raiser 500 1000? [ditto]
    [Jesse Ellison, son of Jesse & Isabella Stuart Ellison]
    03 Susan 24 F W Keeping House [ditto]
    [Susan Melvina Smith Ellison, Daughter of Henry & Sarah Smith]
    04 Perlie 5 M W [ditto]
    05 Luette 3 F W [ditto]
    06 Loena 1 F W [ditto]

    Thomas would have been 14 but he may have died, because he is not listed in the 1870 Coryell County, Texas Federal Census pp 211-212 Family & Household: 31 31 Lines 37 - 40 & p. 212 lines 1-6- with Smith, Henry M --see text & images (2 citations)

  6.   Thomas J. Smith, in Wikipedia: The Free Encyclopedia. (Online: Wikimedia Foundation, Inc.).